Quick and Easy Techniques For Your Lindy’s

Hi my friends – It’s Irina Gerschuk with you today and I’d like to share with you a short video with a quick and fun technique and a few projects created using it.

Well, first I’d like to write a few words about the technique. I’m a huge fan of coloring chipboard with embossing powders.  This time I’ve decided to add more texture to the chipboard so I’ve added micro beads while the ep was still hot.

Few steps to use this technique:

1. Cover your chipboard with white embossing powder

2. While the ep is swill hot apply randomly another color of ep (I’ve used pink color)

3. While the ep is still hot add micro beads (they’ll stick to the embossing powder)

4. To add more gloss to the chipboard apply clear embossing powder to it.

Here’s the result I achieved:

LSG products used in my video:

And now I’d like to share with you few projects created using LSG products and this fun technique:

First one is an altered photo frame:

 I’ve mixed different shades of blue and pink LSG sprays to create the background. All the chips (lighthouse, sea stars, seagull, helm, seaweed) were covered with different LSG embossing powders.
I’ve used this particular technique to color the sea stars:

 Here’s the closer look to them:

 And one more closer look to the background and the lighthouse:

The 2nd project is a vintage LO 30×30:

 I’ve used different shades of brown, green and peach sprays to create the background.

And again all the chips were colored with LSG embossing powders.

Few close-ups:

 I’ve colored the feather using my technique:

 All other chipboard pieces were covered with white embossing powder

 Here’s the video:

Well, that’s it for today!

Thank you for stopping by!

Have a fabulous day!


One thought on “Quick and Easy Techniques For Your Lindy’s”

  1. Irina your projects are beautiful! I loved watching the video on coloring the chipboard – just wonderful!

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